Sun-Kissed Ash Blonde
QA with Maddie Kirk Hairstylist style creator @ The Hot Seat in El Cajon Ca How do you describe this look? It is one of my all-time favorite hair-colored dark brown styles. It gives you a consistent root-to-end blonde ash and natural tone, yet there are dimensions and texture. It is a medium length with layers of texture that are perfect to easily style with a few waves or can also be pulled back into a stylish pony. You can’t really go wrong. Any advice that someone thinks about it? This color is great for someone who already has an ashy base color with honey blonde pops on their natural hair and it’s the best of both worlds. You get blonde with a lived-in look smudged root so it’s great for those who don’t want the big highlights upkeep! It’s just very light, almost making it look like it’s just your natural color! The cut also has plenty of flexibility, so for everyone it’s really convenient. It can look great either way, whether you have 30 seconds or 30 minutes to style your hair! Dark Ash Blonde
QA with Salah Masry Colorist style creator @ Hair Creators in Dubai Uae How do you describe this look? Any advice that someone thinks about it? Check the hair condition if the procedure can be taken before it is finished. To retain the color, avoid hot styling devices and make sure it matches the color of the body.
Smokey Ash Blonde
QA with Brittany Brianne Stylist style creator @ Mysekai Hair in Vancouver Bc How would you describe this look? The biggest thing about this blonde gray hair is the seamless blend into a very hard-to-reach silvery tone. This is also my favorite way of doing waves as it makes the hair have so much structure and volume without the curls being too close! Any advice that someone thinks about it? To be honest, it takes a lot of maintenance to look like this. If not taken proper consideration, the sound will be washed out fairly quickly. Someone with this look should use a good purple shampoo and shower only once every three days or less. As a result, the tone will last longer with color-safe shampoo and conditioner, giving the tone more durability.My creation of a blonde! The guest had a balayage grown out a year old, which I also had done. She wanted a really low-maintenance blended look. She demanded that the tone with lowlights be very cool ash blonde. It’s important to keep your hair’s strength and health when it’s so light, so it’s a great look that doesn’t put too much wear and tear on your strands. I love blond creation and this guest was really happy with the result. It’s the best feeling to see the gratitude on the face of your guest! Any advice that someone thinks about it? I combined a few different techniques to get the blonde’s blend and brightness so that the ash’s cool tone wouldn’t make it too dark. I made a pattern of super fine baby lights on the backcombed medium weaves to the scalp and hand-painted ends. I toned in 7a with Aveda Demi+ light ash and Aveda Men’s Grey. The cut is a blunt one length at the perimeter to maintain strength and just a few softer front frame pieces at the front. Blondes may have more fun, but it’s the best to create them!
Ash Blonde Ombre Hair Color
QA with Robyn Sweeney Color Specialist / Bridal Hair Specialist in Westlake VillageCa How would you describe this look? This trend in blonde hair ash is catching your eye! It has such a dramatic and edgy feel, yet the shadow tone in the root region is what makes it less upkeep than the tone and bleach of the old school. Before you need a touch-up, this company could go 3 months! His flexibility is the greatest thing about this haircut. In seconds, it can go from elegant and trendy to youthful and playful. From a sleek business style to a fun break, open the top knot of rosé. The possibilities are endless! For anyone who feels like a switch, this style is great. We all get into that rut where we look and feel so boring in the mirror! This color brings the look back to life. I assume that, because of the natural root color that remains, almost anyone could do it. Just keep in mind that the darker your hair is, the more time it takes and the need for aftercare. You may want to run into the salon once or twice for a toner to avoid the ashy tones in between appointments. On any face shape, this haircut could be great. The length is at a good point in which a long face can be balanced or a full face thin. Changing its appearance and adapting to different face shapes depends only on a center or side part. Surely this look would catch my attention!
Ash Blonde Babylights
QA with Megan Porter Hairstylist style designer @ Studio 23 in Granger How would you describe this look? This is an ash beige blonde created to achieve dimension and brightness by using a mixture of scanning and baby lights! I specialize in blondes, particularly ash, when it comes to color services. The biggest part would be to create a custom toner to match the skin tone of my client as well as to make sure that their cut / style complements their face shape. I like to add a gentle beachy wave afterwards to enhance the feel and skin. The advice that someone thinks about it? Aftercare and maintenance are important for cooler blondes in particular. I always recommend a good shampoo tailored to the needs of my customers and a toning shampoo to make the tone brighter between appointments.
Blonde tones Grey and Ash
Platinum Ash Blonde
Ashy Champagne Blonde
QA with Whitney Carroll Hairstylist style creator @ Em Salon and Spa in Salem Or How would you describe this look? It’s an iridescent blonde babylights of pearl ash with a smudged root and beach waves in style. The thing I love most is the silver pearl toner that we used for this amazing trend in hair color. The suggestions that someone feels about it? This is going to be an exhausting process taking multiple sessions if you have dark hair and can get very spendy. Maintenance can also become very serious. It’s nice to grow-out. Nonetheless, to maintain the ashy tone in the hair, you need a toner to refresh every 4-6 weeks. The darker your hair is, of course, the tougher it will be and the more maintenance it will be. Lifestyle also depends on how often you’re willing to spend and how much you’re willing to invest.